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Russian docs dismiss Putin foe Alexei Navalny’s poisonous tea poisoning as simply low blood sugar

Russian docs dismiss Putin foe Alexei Navalny’s toxic tea poisoning as just low blood sugar


DOCTORS say there isn’t a proof Alexei Navalny was poisoned and blame his situation on a illness brought on by low blood sugar.

The long-time critic of President Vladimir Putin is preventing for his life on a ventilator after ingesting tea that allies imagine was laced with poison.

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Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny collaborating in a rally to mark the fifth anniversary of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov’s homicide[/caption]

The 44-year-old’s spokeswoman mentioned medical doctors have been caving into Kremlin strain by not letting him be transported to Germany for remedy.

Writing on social media Ms Yarmysh mentioned: “The ban on the transportation of Navalny is barely wanted to stall for time and wait till the poison in his physique can not be traced.

“Furthermore, each hour of delay creates a crucial risk to his life.”

She mentioned a German air ambulance with a staff specialised in treating coma sufferers was as a result of land in Omsk at round 6am, and that medical doctors had beforehand agreed to maneuver him, however had modified their thoughts on the final minute.

She mentioned: “This choice, after all, was not made by them, however by the Kremlin.”

Chatting with reporters on Friday, deputy chief physician Anatoly Kalinichenko at Omsk hospital mentioned: “Poisoning as a prognosis stays on the again burner, however we don’t imagine that the affected person suffered from poisoning.”

We don’t imagine that the affected person suffered from poisoning


Dr Anatoly Kalinichenko

However Mr Navalny’s chief of workers, Leonid Volkov, described the hospital’s choice as a “cover-up operation” and that medical doctors refused to provide any data to the politician’s spouse.

Mr Volkov mentioned he wished to deliver Mr Navalny to Germany to seek out out what prompted his sudden sickness which left him “practically lifeless”.

The anti-corruption campaigner was allegedly spiked with a poisonous substance at Tomsk airport in Siberia.

Legislation enforcement insiders have instructed Navalny’s staff he was attacked with a “lethal harmful” poison.


Aide Ivan Zhdanov mentioned the substance poses a risk to anybody in shut contact with the lawyer.

He added: “Everybody round needs to be in protecting fits.”

Dr Anastasia Vasilyeva, Navalny’s private medic,  tweeted: “The transport police discovered a really harmful substance in him.”

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Navalny’s spouse Yulia arriving at Emergency Hospital No 1 in Omsk[/caption]

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Alexei Navalny is seen right here ingesting from a takeaway cup on the Vienna Cafe at Tomsk airport[/caption]

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Seize from cell phone footage posted on Twitter of Alexei Navalny, being positioned into an ambulance on a stretcher[/caption]

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Chief physician of the emergency medical care hospital in Omsk, Alexander Murakhovsky[/caption]